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National Ski Patrol Snowsports Enhancement Seminar
November 23, 2019 @ 8:00 am - November 24, 2019 @ 1:00 pm
National Ski Patrol Snowsports Enhancement Seminar is at Ski Brule November 23-24, 2019
Sponsored by Ski Brule National Ski Patrol
If you are a current ski patroller, candidate or thinking about taking your senior evaluation, plan to attend this exceptional and fun Snowsports Enhancement Seminar.
2019 SES Seminar at Ski Brule
Alpine/Tele/Snowboard training groups formed based on participants’ learning desires
Fee: $35.00/person – Includes lunch and pizza party on Saturday, along with both days of training, 3rd Floor Brule Lodge
Saturday, November 23 – Check in 8:00am to 8:45am with group training completing at 4:00pm
Sunday, November 24 – Check in at 8:30am with group training finishing by 1:00pm
Register by November 12 at https://www.nsp.org/ for course # C018190004
For more information contact Brian Lord at [email protected] or 920.265.3987
Stay The Weekend! SES Lodging Special
$75 Pioneer Studio (sleeps 4)
$99 One Bedroom Suite (sleeps 6)
$150 Three Bedroom Suite (Sleeps 6)
Call 800-362-7853 and ask for NSP SES Pioneer Special.
Thinking of becoming a member of National Ski Patrol? Helpful Information …
We actively welcome snowboarders and skiers. Having a medical background or being an expert skier is not
required. Willingness to apply yourself and enthusiasm for volunteering almost guarantees your success in
joining the ranks of the National Ski Patrol and the Ski Brule Ski Patrol.
Patrolling requirements: Each patroller is required to patrol a minimum of 10 shifts at Ski Brule. A shift starts
30 minutes before the lifts open and ends after the hill is closed. We provide emergency care to the guests of
our resort and support our guests with exceptional customer service at Ski Brule.
Pay: We are a volunteer patrol. Members in good standing accrue the benefit of receiving a family season pass
at Ski Brule. Other benefits may include free lodging, discounts on meals/beverages, guest passes, equipment
discounts, and various other discounts at the resort. Members also have the option to participate in advanced
educational member-only clinics and events.
Management: Patrollers are under the supervision of the management team at Ski Brule. Ski Brule
management has final authority over patrol membership at Ski Brule.
We are trained and meet the standards of the National Ski Patrol (NSP). Each new member
completes a 20-week class on Outdoor Emergency Care (OEC). OEC classes are held during the off-season
and taught under the NSP guidelines. OEC classes have been held in Iron River, Rhinelander, Appleton and
other communities. Following completion of the classroom training, students continue with on the hill training
and chair evacuation training. This is 8 weeks, held at Ski Brule during ski season. NSP also offers additional
education opportunities. Once OEC certified, OEC skills are ‘refreshed’ yearly to NSP requirements.
Costs: The first year a person could spend approximately $75 for OEC class materials and outfit their OEC
packs for about $80. Membership in Ski Brule Ski Patrol is $96 annually. NSP outerwear is also a personal
Your first year will be hard work, but also fun as you learn and practice your new skills. You will be with
patrollers, who are enthusiastic about having you join our ranks.
For more information about the National Ski Patrol, see www.nsp.org. To apply to be a member of the Ski Brule
Patrol, please completed the Candidate Application at www.skibrulepatrol.com and return it to me. I will follow
up to advise what the next steps are.
Patrollers at Ski Brule are very willing to answer any other questions you may have. Let me know how I can help
with your NSP journey.
Patrol Representative: Lee Ann Heim [email protected]
PO Box 10532 920.660.7842
Green Bay, WI 54307
397 Brule Mountain Road, Iron River, Michigan 49935